Whether your ideal autumn day is spent on a mountainside or in a forest with bow or gun in hand or you’d rather kick back on the water with a rod and reel working the depths, the best news for any man or woman tired of the summer heat is cooler days are coming. And with it so is the urge for many to get back outside and begin pursuing their favorite adventures. With every season comes great new gear to help you find better comfort and success each time you venture out. Here are three for hunters and three for anglers you’ll want to check out.
The clothes anglers wear are important as they dictate comfort - warm in cool weather, cool in hot weather.
Proper boots keep your toes warm and dry. Proper underwear...well, let’s not go there. But of all the proper things to wear, from inner to outer, none is as important as the proper hat.
Big game hunters know that metal-jacket, micro carbon arrows are field-proven to maximize broadhead penetration for quicker kills and increased game recovery.
This Gen 2 version of the award-winning MeoPro binocular line is now shipping and is available in 10x42 and 8x56 models.
All summer long you’ve been meaning to ask the farmer down the road if you can hunt his place this fall. Now the opener is less than a month away, and you still haven’t asked. You don’t know where you are going to hunt this year, and you’re starting to panic. Calm down. There’s not much time left, but there’s enough. Now get to work.
Following the success of their 2021 line, Obskura Transitional camo, Kryptek brings dedicated hunters the newest in ultimate silhouette distortion: Kryptek Skyfall. Skyfall is a combination of Kryptek’s trusted micro pattern with Obskura’s proven tiger-stripe technology.
Z-Man’s new Kicker CrabZ is the first-ever true-to-life imitation of a crab’s active, side-swimming profile.
I love harvesting and eating Chanterelle mushrooms!
In fact, Chanterelles would be part of my last supper if I knew the exact date ahead of time!
Mike Rogers is a man of many hats and does all of them well. A hunter, father, service member in the U.S. military and Youtuber—which makes him an excellent source for tips and tricks when it comes to hunting on lands that utilize iSportsman services
Fort Stewart begins their alligator season August 19th, and for the curious and able, hunting these massive prehistoric creatures can easily be a little intimidating.